Thank you America. Thank you historians and academics who are unafraid to continue to stand up for freedom and resist the political correctness of today!
Today I am glad I have stood up for freedom of speech. For freedom. I wore my new T- shirt (previous post) and was amazed, but not so amazed over the fact so manypretended not to see it, – averted their gaze and looked down. Canadians!! – in a “free country!!” I postered at the University in Toronto theflyer on freedom of speech (seeagain previous).
There was only one, one bum, a man sitting down with a paper coffee cup who looked me in the eye and said, “Right on!” He was wearing a worn, oldT – shirt with an American flag on it. I said “Yes, we have to learn to stand up. Look, because you aren’t afraid to wear your T – shirt and flagged me, I’ll give you some coins.” I gave himall of$4.00 dollars of coins I had in my pocket. “Thank you for not being afraid.” We talked just a few minutes and I left him to continue postering downtown. I postered at the university first, then downtown. I know I am on my own and accept it.
I had planned to go and stand by the American embassy but didn’t have enough time. Next timeI will. The only concern I have are afewwho tookpictures of me with their cellphones.I am glad of my decision not to fold. Civilization requires nothing less than to say what HAS TO BE SAID. ÂisÂ.